Although the Bills were 5-4 and in playoff position after ten weeks, head coach Sean McDermott opted to bench starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor for rookie fifth-round pick Nathan Peterman on Sunday against the Chargers. The plan backfired, as Peterman threw five first-half interceptions, including a pick-six. Taylor, in 38 apperances for the Bills before Sunday, had never thrown a pick-six. 

Taylor eventually came in for the second half, but the Chargers won the game, 54-24. Now, the free-falling Bills head to Kansas City before a home date with the Patriots.

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